Clarks Amer: Evening Music Program – 23rd January 2015

Legendary Sufi master Sain Zahoor had made the journey from his native Pakistan to grace the ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival with his spiritual set for the third night of music at Clarks Amer. Zahoor explained that through his music, he attempted to cultivate a direct connection with God, and he certainly deeply stirred the audience with his effortless, soulful voice. Zahoor’s minimal accompanists… Read more »

Clarks Amer Music Stage

The second night at Clarks Amer was an explosive fusion of literature and music, a true embodiment of the spirit of the ZEE Jaipur Literary Festival. Author Tanuja Desai Hidier and guitarist Gaurav Vaz opened the night with songs from the world’s first ‘booktrack:’ songs inspired from Hidier’s latest novel, Bombay Blues. The novel is the sequel to Born Confused, the story of an… Read more »

Music at Clarks Amer: The King & the Corpse, Alim Qaimov Ensemble, Rajasthani Musicians

Maier The first night of the 2015 ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival Music Stage featured a diverse range of acts that that enthralled a delighted audience at Clarks Amer. First up was an eclectic retelling of the classic Hindu tale of Vikram and Betal, which saw performance storyteller TUUP captivate the audience with his energy, joie de vivre, and dazzling stage presence…. Read more »

Clarks Amer Music Stage: Karsh Kale, Midival Punditz & Gods Robots

In a rousing memorial concert to Cheb I Sabba, the audience grooved to the upbeat yet soulful sounds of the Midival Pundits, famous for their fusion of international electronic, global pop, Indian classical and folk music. People were on their feet throughout the performance, as the Pundits picked up the pace and set the mood for the… Read more »

Clarks Amer Music Stage: Ska Vengers And God’s Robots

Two dynamic leading ladies stole the show last night at the Clarks Amer music stage as hoards of fans grooved to the scintillating sounds of the Ska Vengers, followed by God’s Robots. It was an electric performance by the New Delhi-based ska group, who had the entire audience on their feet within minutes. Their larger than life stage presence grabbed… Read more »